Employees of Moog, Inc. now have an exclusive, on-site health care facility open to them. The company opened its Family Wellness Center at its East Aurora/Elma campus on Monday, Sept. 29.
An early-morning standoff between police officials and a man with a gun inside an Olean Road apartment home occurred Monday morning. The man surrendered without any problem an hour after police were called, and no one was hurt in the incident.
The Moog Family Wellness Center opened Monday and is open to all current Moog employees and members of their families over the age of 2.
Bryan Wittmeyer, physical therapist at the Family Wellness Center, said being on-site at Moog allows him to spend more one-on-one time with his patients.
The Warsaw man who dragged a young Perry woman with his car during a drunken driving incident last summer has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Aurora Town Councilwoman Jolene Jeffe, Aurora Town Supervisor James Bach, Friends of Mill Road co-chair Kathy Lasher, donor Ellen Neumaier and Friends co-chair and Western New York Land Conservancy Executive Director Nancy Smith cut the ribbon to officially open the Mill Road Scenic Overlook earlier this week.
Michael Vanner’s lightning-fast hand-eye coordination is getting national attention. A seventh grader at East Aurora Middle School, he recently earned a spot on Team USA for his performance in August at the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Junior Olympic Games in sport stacking.
After a tough loss last week against South Park, the Iroquois Chiefs varsity football team bounced back in dominating fashion as it shutout East High School 32-0 on Sept. 27.